Zhuzhou Promotes Harmony Within Families

November 15, 2019
Editor: Sun Muyao
Zhuzhou Women's Federation recently conducts a training course, to help workers with the women's federations, at all levels in Zhuzhou (a city in Central China's Hunan Province), and workers with different communities in Zhuzhou, improve their ability to help residents mediate family disputes.[Women of China]

 

Zhuzhou Women's Federation recently conducted a training course, to help workers with the women's federations, at all levels in Zhuzhou (a city in Central China's Hunan Province), and workers with different communities in Zhuzhou, improve their ability to help residents mediate family disputes. The event was held on Qingshuitang, a sub-district in Shifeng, a district in Zhuzhou.

Zhuzhou Women's Federation recently conducts a training course, to help workers with the women's federations, at all levels in Zhuzhou (a city in Central China's Hunan Province), and workers with different communities in Zhuzhou, improve their ability to help residents mediate family disputes.[Women of China]

 

Ma Lihua, a State-level psychologist, gave a lecture. Ma offered advice to the trainees on how to improve their work, after she learned about the problems and challenges, faced by the trainees, when they helped residents resolve family disputes. Ma also explained cases involving family disputes, so the trainees could improve their ability to help women and children protect their legal rights and interests. She led the trainees in studying, in group discussions and case analyses. Discussions included how to better help residents improve their family relations and/or resolve family disputes.

Many trainees said they benefited greatly from the training. They also said Ma's lecture gave them greater confidence in their ability to help residents protect their legal rights and interests.

 

(Women of China)

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